Lucy's voice is as clear as the dustless sky in winter.

Shuichi Yamada

Lucy grew up in a house full of music: one of her earliest memories is standing by her Father and singing while he played the piano. She was encouraged by her Dad to sing at local Poetry & Folk Evenings from the age of four, with him accompanying on the guitar. Lucy studied piano and oboe as a young child, and at ten begun studying harp at Bexley Music Centre.

Lucy gained a Music Degree from King's College, London, before moving to Cambridge. Here she studied Music Therapy and then taught at King's College School followed by working as Director of Music at St Faith's, Cambridge. Lucy left teaching in 2014 and now has a varied musical life, including performing, recording, composing, teaching and worship-leading. She currently directs the choir at St Andrew's, Cherry Hinton; and leads worship regularly at Cambridge House of Prayer. Lucy is also the Chaplaincy Harpist at Addenbrookes Hospital involved in services and playing in the Oncology Department. Lucy regularly accompanies the Lucy Cavendish Singers.

Lucy has released 4 solo albums: May the rain fall softly (2008) and Penny on the water (2010). With GingerDog Records she has recorded Somewhere between the words (2016) and Songs for Christmas (2017). Setting my sails is due out in 2019.

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